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  1. Wow, thanks for the great responses! I agree it is utter nonsense that National Trust etc are tying to create a monopoly on photography. It seems ethically wrong however, as these properties are part of the nation’s heritage and they should not really be able to restrict photography of any kind. I totally get a privately owned (lived in) property not wanting people to do commercial photography, but properties that are managed by NT are technically owned by the nation and such restrictions on photography should not exist. I do wonder if NT would ever take someone t
  2. Hi guys, Apologies if this has already been covered but I am new here and looking for a little guidance. What are your current thoughts on uploading photos taken from within a National Trust property? I mean more inside the grounds as opposed to interior photography. I know you can take photographs from public land and that National Trust say you mustn’t upload images to file sharing sites if taken within the site, but I’m a little confused as there are loads of photos on here from within National Trust sites. What is the current guidance? Is it just
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